Four Dimen Ionali M An Ontology Of Per I Tence And Time Pdf

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Last modified Dec Version 3. Every singular substance acts without intermission, not excepting even the [physical] body, in which absolute rest is never to be found. It might appear possible to overcome all the difficulties attending the definition of 'time' by substituting 'the position of the small hand of my watch' for 'time'. And in fact such a definition is satisfactory when we are concerned with defining a time exclusively for the place where the watch is located; but it is no longer satisfactory when we have to [ This study originally arose out of an e-mail discussion with Rafael Capurro at the artefactphil discussion group in I am therefore indebted to him for important impulses.

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NooJ received 51 submissions. The 20 revised full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from the 35 papers that were presented at the conference. The papers are organized in topical sections on corpora, vocabulary and morphology; syntax and semantics; application. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide.

Habituality, as commonly conceived, presupposes a more or less regular iteration of an event, such that the resulting habit is regarded as a characterizing property of a given referent. The notion of habituality is thus strictly related to iterativity, although the two should not be confused. Pluractionality covers a variety of phenomena, including event-internal pluractionality and event-external pluractionality. This article proposes a set of criteria to distinguish habituality from iterativity within event-external pluractionality, and shows that the distinction depends on aspect. It also considers habituals and other gnomic imperfectives, the logical structure of gnomic sentences, and the spelling out of the precise interpretation of the gnomic operator, and, finally, examines habituality in English and Slavic languages. Keywords: habituality , verbal pluractionality , imperfectivity , iterativity , event-external pluractionality , habituals , gnomic imperfectives , gnomic sentences , gnomic operator , Slavic languages.


The study of the linguistic reflexes of aspect has been an active field of research in various sub-disciplines of linguistics, such as syntax, semantics including discourse theory and acquisition studies. However, communication and dissemination of results across these various subfields has often been indirect. The papers in this volume represent the results of a workshop on the syntax, semantics and acquisition of aspect held in whose purpose was to foment active cross-disciplinary communication. A number of the papers examine the syntactic representation of lexical or situation aspect, while others focus on the syntactic interaction of lexical aspect with grammatical aspect, and of grammatical aspect and tense. Other papers examine the role of aspect in discourse representations, while a third group of papers reports on results of empirical studies on the acquisition of aspect in both first and second language acquisition, and patterns of loss of morphosyntactic reflexes of aspect in language attrition.

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  1. Buddy G. 02.01.2021 at 07:10

    M. Beatriz Pérez: Departamento de Filologías Extranjeras y sus Lingüísticas, Facultad de Filología, Universidad. Nacional de terance time: tense, which locates an event or situation tract temporal unit) in a four-dimensional-like mental A brief note on the ontological sta- Meaning via an Interligua-based System; Peri-.

  2. Megan R. 04.01.2021 at 20:49

    2 Temporal Ontology: Modeling Time, Events and Temporal Relations. 9 4 Former Approaches on Temporal Structure of Text/Discourse this, temporal location, i.e. the identification of the temporal dimension of Past, φ is v in M at t As for tense, we have preferred not to introduce manual changes but present to the.